Illegally Modified Car Blows Fire and Parks at OKU Spot; M'sian Netizens Tag JPJ and PDRM

Expressing your personality through vehicle modifications can certainly add excitement to the everyday Malaysian road. However, it's crucial to remember that responsible modifications within the boundaries of the law are essential for the safety of everyone on the road.

illegally modified car blows fire and parks at oku spot; m'sian netizens tag jpj and pdrmPhoto via Facebook (Inforoadblock)

Recently, a car owner caught attention with some rather questionable modifications on their black car, particularly its exhaust system. Not only did they opt for a dual exhaust setup that protrudes significantly from the rear, but the exhausts also emit flames! This modification is not only illegal but can also pose potential dangers to both the vehicle owner and other road users.

To make matters worse, the black car was parked in a designated spot reserved for the differently-abled (OKU), compounding the list of offenses this vehicle has committed against the laws and regulations.

The post on the Facebook page Inforoadblock, which brought attention to this situation, condemned the owner's reckless modification, emphasizing the potential risk it poses to road safety. The caption humorously questioned the necessity of exhausts that shoot flames, even suggesting if they are meant for cooking lemang (traditional sticky rice dish).

It's crucial to recognize that such modifications aren't merely a matter of personal taste but can have serious consequences. Actions like this not only violate traffic regulations but may also lead to dangerous situations on the road, putting innocent lives at risk…

🔥🔥🔥 ni nak buat ape? Bakar lemang? Modifikasi budak² bodoh, dah la park kat OKU🤦🏻‍♂️. Tunggu jela, JPJ kirim salam....

Posted by Inforoadblock on Tuesday, 18 July 2023

As concerned citizens tagged the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) in the post's comments, it's evident that appropriate action needs to be taken against the vehicle owner. 

What may seem like a mere road offense can quickly escalate into a more significant legal issue.

Let's remember that responsible vehicle modifications can be a fun way to express ourselves, but safety and adherence to the law should always be our top priorities. Encouraging a culture of responsible vehicle ownership and driving will help ensure the safety of everyone on Malaysian roads. 

Have you come across any absurd vehicle modifications like this before?